MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The National Association of Attorneys General will replace Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen as its president at a summer meeting in Mackinac Island, Michigan next week.
The group of 56 attorneys general will elect a new president and officers during the three-day event.
Members also will discuss recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions, transportation of oil and gas across the country and open records laws.
The meeting will include talks about improving responses to child sexual abuse, prescription drug monitoring programs and discussions about fracking.
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